Florentino Perez had earlier mentioned in an interview that Ronaldo might be angry after the tax allegations brought upon him, but he will probably not leave Real Madrid. He said this, based on his own assumption and faith, and mentioned he would wait for the Confederations Cup to be over before he actually discusses Ronaldo’s plans. Now that the Confed Cup journey for Ronaldo and his boys has ended with their loss to Chile in the semifinal round, it seems that Perez is all set to have the showdown talks with the player. And, he is ready to tell Ronaldo that he has nowhere to go, leaving Real Madrid.
Perez says Ronaldo has nowhere to go from Real Madrid
According to the reports by Spanish publication Diario Gol, Real Madrid president has told his acquaintances in the media that Ronaldo is stuck with Los Blancos, because the club has not received any offer for the player, and that at 32, the player’s age is the key factor behind the discouragement of the buyers. This comes as a shock when the world of football is agog with the rumours about the massive numbers being offered by Manchester United, PSG, and even Chinese clubs to get this player.
That Ronaldo will move to his former team, Manchester United, became almost a confirmed news for people, after it was known that Ronaldo was outraged by the false allegations by the country whose capital he has been serving for a long time, and by the failure of his club to protect him from the accusations of not paying £13million in four different acts from 2011 to 2014. He might even face jail because of this.
Spanish reports mentioned that Perez admitted to knowing that Cristiano is angry, and that it is normal for him to react that way, when people are trying to hurt him. But, he also added that Ronaldo is a professional, meticulous and responsible. He is aware of his obligations. He has revealed that despite everything that Ronaldo is going through, he will stay put at Real Madrid for the forthcoming season. He further insisted that it is not possible for any club to afford his his price tag and salary of £440,000-a-week, and that no club has made such an offer yet.